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7.4 out of 10

Twisted Metal: Head-On

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Overall 9
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Sound 8
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Game Freaks 365
16 March 2012
  • Excerpt: Ryu Hayabusa is back in fine form in this latest port of Ninja Gaiden for the Playstation Vita. This is the fourth version of Ninja Gaiden since its original release on the Xbox back in 2004: Ninja Gaiden Black, which was an enhanced version of Ninja Gaiden was released on the Xbox the following year. In 2007 a seperate team ported Ninja Gaiden Black to the PlayStation 3, dubbing the game "Ninja Gaiden Sigma".
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Twisted Metal - Head On

swapgame
7 February 2008
  • Excerpt: Developed exclusively for the PSP, TM:HO gives drivers the choice of 14 lethal machines armed with automatic weapons, turbo boost and all with a custom made speciality attack, ready to unleash road rage on their opponents. Battle unfolds in 12 wide-open arenas based on locations from around the world (including Paris, Tokyo and Moscow) ¿ each one packed with a multitude of different weapons, bonus mini-games and unlockable areas.
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Overall 10
10

Twisted Metal: Head-On

Into Liquid Sky
23 March 2007
  • Excerpt: The Twisted Metal series has seen many incarnations since its first appearance on the Playstation. The first two games showed an oddly perverse sense of humor and fun despite the fact that you were killing other drivers and doing massive amounts of collateral damage. When the series was handed off to 989 and then almost put to rest due to a steep decline to mediocrity, most fans of the first two were ready to write the series off.
  • Pros: Plays and feels like Twisted Metal 2, Huge levels and lots going on, Tons of unlockables, Multiplayer is a blast
  • Cons: Graphics and music could use some more effort, Can't play mini-games on their own
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Overall 8
7.8
Gameplay 8
8.0
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7.5
Sound 8
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Twisted Metal: Head-On

Game Boyz
31 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Players: 1-6 Memory Stick Duo/640KB System Link Online Multiplayer: Wi-Fi Compatible(Ad Hoc/Infrastructure) Rating: Teen-Violence/Drug Reference When Sony first announced they were going to challenged Nintendo in the handheld market with their PSP I had a strong feeling it was going to be a buyer. Not only is it sexy to look at but it happens to have very impressive horsepower under the hood.
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Overall 8
7.8
Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 8
7.5
Sound 8
8.0

Twisted Metal: Head-On

Game Boyz
31 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Players: 1-6 Memory Stick Duo/640KB System Link Online Multiplayer: Wi-Fi Compatible(Ad Hoc/Infrastructure) Rating: Teen-Violence/Drug Reference When Sony first announced they were going to challenged Nintendo in the handheld market with their PSP I had a strong feeling it was going to be a buyer. Not only is it sexy to look at but it happens to have very impressive horsepower under the hood.
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Overall 10
9.5

Twisted Metal: Head-On

Playstation Illustrated
11 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Twisted Metal: Head-On is the latest (and most handheld) version of Sony’s heavy hitting series. But how does the PSP version of the game stack up to its predecessors? Does this mini-metal hold the same punch as its bigger scale ancestors? With each game I play for the PSP, I find myself more and more in awe over how comparable the graphics are to the current consoles – and TM: Head-On only furthers my amazement.
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GameBump
12 May 2006
  • Excerpt: We’ve all heard of Twisted Metal. Dating back to the PSone days, many gamers had a chance to get their first experience of the Twisted Metal series thanks to developer SingleTrac. The developer started the Twisted Metal series and developed it until Twisted Metal 2, when 989 Studios took over. After 989 Studios had a little fun with the series, Sony signed on Incognito to handle it.
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Overall 8
7.5

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The Laser
20 January 2006
  • Summary: Twisted Metal Head On marks the long-running car combat series' debut on the PSP. It's slightly smaller in scale and streamlined in approach, but it definitely feels and plays like a Twisted Metal game should. It has similar controls and the same winning feel that's made the previous titles so popular over the years.
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Overall 9
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Features 9
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Gameplay 9
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Graphics 9
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Sound 8
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Lifespan 9
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Twisted Metal: Head-On

Gaming Target
25 August 2005
  • Summary: The car-combat genre has now been properly introduced to handheld gamers, no thanks to Nintendo.
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Overall 10
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Gameplay 9
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Twisted Metal: Head On

Portable Review
8 August 2005
  • Excerpt: The Twisted Metal series has always been a favorite of mine and everyone knows what’s what of the series. Twisted Metal 2 is definitely the best, while 3 and 4 were rather bland and Small Brawl… was just a fun disgrace. The PS2 Twisted Metal game, Twisted Metal Black, brought back the series to the fun and fast paced game that it once was. Twisted Metal: Head-On probably falls somewhere between Twisted Metal 2 and Twisted Metal Black as my favorite Twisted Metal game.
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